Ingrid Halland, The Unstable Object: Glifo, Blow, and Sacco at MoMA, 1972 in Journal of Design History, forthcoming.

Ingrid Halland, Being Plastic in Log, no. 47 (2019)

Kjetil Fallan (ed.), The Culture of Nature in the History of Design (London and New York: Routledge, 2019).

 

Kjetil Fallan, The Object of Design History: Lessons for the Environment, in Anne Massey (ed.), A Companion to Contemporary Design since 1945 (Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2019), pp. 260-283.

 

Kjetil Fallan, “Design Culturing: Making Design History Matter”, in Guy Julier, Mads Nygaard Folkmann, Niels Peter Skou, Hans-Christian Jensen, and Anders V. Munch (eds.), Design Culture: Objects and Approaches (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), pp. 15-27.

Ingrid Halland, Error Earth: Displaying Deep Cybernetics in «The Universitas Project» and Italy: The New Domestic Landscape, 1972. PhD thesis, University of Oslo, 2018.


Ingrid Halland, “(V)endepunkt: Plastikk og plastisitet i 1972/3072” in Kollaps (Oslo: Dreyer forlag, 2018).


Ida Kamilla Lie,”Ephemeral Voices and Precarious Documents: Fixing Oral History and Grey Literature to the Design Historical Record” in AIS/Design, no. 10 (2017).


Kjetil Fallan and Finn Arne Jørgensen (eds.), Environmental Histories of Design - special issue of the Journal of Design History, vol. 30, no. 2 (2017).


Malin Graesse, “The Weaving World of Deep Ecology and Textile Design: Locating Principles of Sustainability at Austvatn Craft Central”, MA Thesis, University of Oslo, 2017.


Gabriele Oropallo, Making or Unmaking the Environment: The Role of Envisioning in the History of Sustainable Design. PhD thesis, University of Oslo, 2017.


Gabriele Oropallo, “How Long Should Things Last?”, in Form 270, March-April 2017, pp. 105-111.


Kjetil Fallan, “Things at Home: Pursuing the Genuine in Contemporary Norwegian Design”, in Monika Rydiger and Solveig Lønmo (eds.), The Logic of the Local: Norwegian and Polish Contemporary Design (Kraków: International Cultural Centre, 2016), pp. 45-53.


Ingrid Halland, “(Re-)working the Past, (Dis)-playing the Future. Italy: The New Domestic Landscape at MoMA, 1972” in Proceedings of DRS 2016, Design Research Society 50th Anniversary Conference.


Malin Graesse, “Bærekraftig design: Progressiv tradisjonalisme” in Kunsthåndverk Vol. 36, no. 2 (2016).


Ida Kamilla Lie, “‘Make Us More Useful to Society!’ - The Scandinavian Design Students Organization (SDO) and Socially Responsible Design, 1967-1973” in Design and Culture, vol. 8, no 3 (2016).


Ingrid Halland, “Hvor er nødutgangen? Spekulativ kunsthistorie i Antropocen” in Kunst og kultur Vol. 99, no. 4 (2016).


Kjetil Fallan, “Our Common Future: Joining Forces for Histories of Sustainable Design” in Tecnoscienza: Italian Journal of Science and Technology Studies, Vol. 5, no. 2 (2014): 15-32.


Ida Kamilla Lie, Vardagsvaror” for den virkelige verden: Victor Papaneks relasjon til det nordiske designmiljøet på 1960- og 70-tallet [Everyday Goods for the Real World – Victor Papanek’s Relation to the Nordic Design Community in the 1960s and 70s], MA Thesis, University of Oslo, 2014.

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